you just quickly have to get a list of all the e-mail addresses in your
address book. This can happen, for example, when you are configuring an
anti-spam tool and you want to put all the addresses from your address
book in the 'white list', to make sure that the e-mails coming from your friends
won't be marked as spam. WabMail will make this task much
easier for you because it can open a Windows Address Book file (this is
a file with the .wab-extension, hence the program name) and will display the e-mail addresses
that this address book contains.
Other features of
A function to
instantly open the default address book, the address book that
Outlook Express uses, so you don't need to browse to it manually.
you to rapidly copy all the currently displayed addresses to the
If you also
want to get a list of other fields in the address book (such as the
phone number), you can start the Windows Address Book Export Tool
from within WabMail. This tool can export an address book to a file.
Normally, there's a bug in this tool that prevents it from also
exporting the subfolders in the address book, but WabMail will take
special measures to work around this.
WabMail is a
small and fast program that does what it's supposed to do, nothing
more, nothing less. It's also very simple, so you normally don't
need any help to use the program.
Note: the last
versions of Windows supported by WabMail are XP and Server 2003. WabMail is
not compatible with Windows Vista or newer. The program doesn't
have much use on these newer operating systems anyway, because
Windows Address Book (WAB) has been replaced by Windows Contacts